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Tool Support for Distributed Software Engineering

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6 Author(s)
Hans Spanjers ; Philips Applied Technologies, The Netherlands ; Maarten ter Huurne ; Bas Graaf ; Marco Lormans
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Developing a software system in collaboration with other partners, and on different geographical locations is a big challenge for organizations. In this article we first discuss a system that automates build and test processes: SoftFab. This system has been successfully applied in practice in the context of multisite projects. Then, we discuss a case where it was applied to a more challenging type of collaboration: a multipartner development environment. Furthermore, we investigate the underlying concepts of SoftFab and use them to define a list of features for systems that support distributed software engineering

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2006 IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE'06)

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Oct. 2006